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Chasing the Rabbit: A Dad's Life Raising a Son On the Spectrum
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When professor Christensen states that a management book is insightful, it might be difficult to argue with him : it actually is a wonderful book, the first that abstracts Lean management out into 4 four core principles that can be found in other thriving companies, which are not actual Lean companies Alcoa, Southwest Airlines …. However, rather than defining it as a book about quality and processes, I would rather position it at the intersection of processes and organizational learning. Spear , has been working on the shop floor in different companies during the preparation of this book. This approach protects his perspective from preconceptions and the Halo Effect : this is the whole point of going to see on the Gemba to make sure he writes about actual facts. A virtuous approach Scott Berkun has also put in practice while preparing his latest best seller The Year Without Pants …. Steven J. Spear has published this book in but he has been studying the topic for a long time.
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